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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
float switch is in the flood position and the drain pump is running.. there is water under the dishwasher or that switch is stuck up..
Posted on Aug 21, 2008
SOURCE: Bosch Dishwasher on/off
It could be the switch. If the black plastic On/Off button comes all the back up into cutout in the top of the door, you must remove the front of the door (10 little screws; two shims will probably fall out; good luck figuring out how they go back) and then the plastic top (4 little screws) that contains the On/Off and the wash mode buttons. Now you've exposed the real on/off switch, which has a reddish/brown stem (at least on my unit). Test the switch; if the DW doesn't stay on when you depress it, you need a new switch. If it stays on, then goes off when you depress it again, the switch is likely good and maybe you have a problem with the black plastic cover button.
Posted on Jan 13, 2009
handle was redesigned with a metal rod through the attachment points to prevent breaking. the handle and latch comes as a complete assembly (you don't have to put it together).
Posted on Jan 10, 2010
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